Once plans are adopted, communities should engage stakeholders to prioritize implementation strategies for addressing flooding related to storms, seasonal high “king” tides, and sea level rise. A combination of policies, regulations, and non-regulatory approaches may be used to carry out recommendations of a jurisdiction’s comprehensive plan and other official plans. Strategies should consider the need to develop in safer places, preserve natural flood protection areas, adapt critical infrastructure, and adopt high regulatory standards. This section discusses the following ways to execute plans to strengthen flood resiliency:

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